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Old Firm Derby: Celtic & Moussa Dembele Shine, Brendan Rodgers Gloats, Rangers Not Ready

Posted on 11 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

The Scottish Premier League needed the Old Firm Derby back, but Celtic vs Rangers at the moment is as one sided as a rivalry can be. Moussa Dembele tore through the newcomers (funny to call them that) defense with ease, and until the financial and quality gaps are bridges in a way, there’s still no threat to Celtic’s Premiership dictatorship. More

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Liverpool FC With Jurgen Klopp Has Been One Massive Rollercoaster Ride so far

Posted on 24 Jan, 2016, by in Soccer

A dramatic win deep into injury time is a fitting way for Liverpool to climb back up once again after three league matches without a win. The Jurgen Klopp experience has been everything but boring, and while there have been disappointing moments, there’s life to this team, unlike the dying days of the Brendan Rodgers tenure. More

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Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Prepares Perfectly, Messes Up Later On

Posted on 24 Aug, 2015, by in Soccer

The way Brendan Rodgers selected his formation, lineup and alignments all over the pitch resulted in a fantastic first half from Liverpool, but his substitutions later on helped Arsenal nearly score and deliver heavy pressure in the final minutes of a 0-0 draw. More

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Liverpool FC – Philippe Coutinho Provided a Light in the Darkness

Posted on 10 Aug, 2015, by in Soccer

Entering something of a do-or-die season for Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool, through a beautiful Philippe Coutinho strike, managed to rise above the dreadfulness of their season opener to pick up a win in a stadium they usually don’t leave with smiles on their faces over the last few years. More

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Liverpool Humiliated at Stoke – Things Could be Worse

Posted on 24 May, 2015, by in Soccer

The worse time to overreact is after a big loss, and Liverpool haven’t conceded this big of a defeat in more than half a century. Still, the question of whether or not Brendan Rodgers should remain as the club’s manager shouldn’t be answered by looking at the result of this match alone. More

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Steven Gerrard’s Liverpool Career is Defined by What he Hasn’t Won

Posted on 20 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

There’s a very different view of Steven Gerrard among Liverpool players and the rest of the Premier League different fanbases. But even for diehard Anfield supporters, it’ll be difficult to argue that Stevie G failing to win any sort of trophy on his final season with the club fits the script of too many seasons for the captain and the club. More

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After Losing to Arsenal, Liverpool Can Stop Dreaming About the Champions League

Posted on 4 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

After losing another big match in quite a convincing manner, Brendan Rodgers is quite aware it’s going to take a miracle for Liverpool to finish among the top 4 and make the Champions League, something they don’t deserve. More

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Liverpool FC – Jordan Henderson Should Stay Away From Steven Gerrard Comparisons

Posted on 5 Mar, 2015, by in Soccer

There must always be a Stark in Winterfell and it’s also impossible to imagine Liverpool without Steven Gerrard. But fact of the matter is that Liverpool are better off without him in the lineup due to their new system and formation, and Jordan Henderson is filling in that role quite well. More

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Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Can’t Stop Praising Raheem Sterling

Posted on 18 Dec, 2014, by in Soccer

It was a rare moment for Liverpool this season: An easy win, and a happy Brendan Rodgers at the end of the match. Not just for moving ahead in the League Cup (to the Semifinal where they’ll face Chelsea) but especially for Raheem Sterling, now without any hair on his head, proving a lot of people wrong. More

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Liverpool FC – Raheem Sterling Ruins it for Brendan Rodgers

Posted on 15 Dec, 2014, by in Soccer

This awful season of disappointments and dreadful results in the big matches continues for Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers, although it could have been very different if Raheem Sterling was able to score at least one of his many wonderful chances, left alone to beat David de Gea. More